Chicago Debate: Will Longer Prison Terms Cut Murders?

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Chicago's mayor and police superintendent say the way to reduce the city's gun violence is tougher prison sentences for repeat gun offenders. That idea shifts pressure from patrol officers to the state capital in Springfield, where legislators will consider how to balance law and order with finding alternatives to imprisoning minorities, reports the Associated Press. In the same Senate seat where Barack . . .

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